The cozy hunting cabins featured here are as architecturally appealing as they are practical. Though small
in size, they are BIG on charm!
"Moose Hunters Camp" by Albert Bierstadt (1830-1902)
gem pictured at left was crafted by Montana Mobile Cabins. With a footprint of 18 x 24 feet, including the full
width front porch, this charming wilderness retreat boasts an open floor plan featuring a kitchen, living
room and bath. Tucked beneath the steeply pitched roof is a full loft area.
Moving eastward, the cozy log cabin that follows is part of the Bradford Camps in northern Maine --
a mecca for hunting and fishing in the North- east. One of eight waterfront guest cabin rentals with vintage log
con- structon, it oozes nostalgic charm!
Heading south to the Adirondack Mountain region of Upstate New York is an
orig- inally developed by guides of the region as a convenient camp to house hunting and fishing parties (see photo
below). Though the ear- liest shelters were crudely built, they were eventually replaced by sturdy log
Pictured at right is a typical lean-to at Dry Island, an Adirondack vaca- tion rental with a
style lodge and cabin.
The lean-to that follows is rather unique in that the front is enclosed. Built by the Adirondack Lean-To
Company, this little cabin can be heated and used year-round.
The rustic log cabin pictured at right, with a close-up image below, is locat- ed in Pennsylvania. Used as a
hunting and fishing retreat, this striking de- sign was crafted by Estemerwalt Log Homes.
The little hunting cabins that follow were provided by Brock Ray's Huntin' Cabins, based in Alabama.
The design pictured at right is 440 square square feet, while the cabin pictured below is 320 square feet.
And finally, heading west to the Montana wilderness again, we find two more charming hunting cabins from
Montana Mobile Cabins. Each cabin is built on their site to the owner's specifications, after which time the
completed cabin is trans- ported to the owner's site. The cabins are constructed with hand peeled logs, full
front porches, rus- tic wood ceilings and finished wood floors.
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